Marlee Matlin is using her time at home for spring cleaning.
The “West Wing” actress, 54, revealed that she can still fit into her 1987 Oscars dress on Sunday night.
“I’m losing my mind but what else is there to do?,” Matlin tweeted, sharing a photo of herself in the Theoni V. Aldredge look, which she originally wore with flowers in her hair and glasses. “At least the dress still fits — 33 years later!”
“What happens when you’re over the whole quarantine thing and dig through the closet,” she captioned the snap.
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Matlin even accessorized with the Best Actress Oscar she won at the age of 21 for her role in “Children of a Lesser God.” She was the first deaf person to ever receive an Academy Award, and remains the youngest-ever recipient of the Best Actress statuette.
In a 2012 essay for EW, Matlin wrote about the experience, including picking the dress and styling the look. She said that production company Paramount footed the bill for the lace dress, calling it elegant and romantic.
However, if she sports the look on a future red carpet, expect Matlin to change up the accessories.
“If I had it all to take back, I would’ve ditched the baby’s breath and glasses. What can I say; it was my youth and it was the ’80s,” she wrote.